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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. 1MJ TIIK LKTIlRKTnnF DAILY ITKRA1.P MONDAY'S KUi ATTRACTION of our Specials. THE SNARE OF SOCIETY A society drama Introducing Florence Lawrence iihd Ar- Uiuv Johnston it ho world's pliotoplay'ers. The New Morris TO-NIGHT TRAPPER'S DAUGHTER A beautiful drama ETNA'IN ERUPTION.' A most Initructive picture showing the craters and the flow of lava. AND CHEESE A Big Comedy AND EARL Comedians. DELAYED PROPOSAL Comedy A FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA Music and (ConduetuToy FIDELIO.) La'.t Time at Syrian-' Toul.uhl will bu your Insl opporlmi- hy to the big drama, "Tile Sorrowlnl OUmr ul- Iractlons are N'UWH Kiliicr" HiHl "The1 Spirit of'tbe Oorijii." Olirlnl- inai spedii'H will be n'ven ull next week. The. Ural on .Monday a so- ciety druinn "The Snare of Introducing Florence l-iivvrimi.'o sud Arthur Johnston, tlie world's greatest' photoplaycrs. Choral Club Meeting A mealingof -Jll Ihose Interested 1" I he Lethbriilse Choral Club is called, Hominy evening In St. Augueiln'si Hall ill eight o'clock. There will be some iinnortini! InisiiiHSs to triinkaet. 1C. A. (.ImmliiKham tha1' .all. tlioBo intending to lie ireneim Includ- ing of ilie. Clhoral Club, Iliei- colics of liandcl'8 "Men- 1 hope every music 'iover ill the city will visit till- meeting which will be well worth attending. The need of' Ji Choral Club is very great flnd }lr. Cunningham oufillf t.o be snpporlfd. tfemember .Mon- day evening hi St. AuguBtin's Hall at eight o'clock. At the New Morris A nroKi-.ini that should MO; he miss- ed hy any oiie will be pre.senled at this uiniiitlttil lltcu'.re .oniiUil. "Ml. l''t.ia in showing tin- Ki'i'iit tlli-owliljs. forth I'lre, Kinoliv and. lava. duiiUo.viw Iviililliiiss: a. i mofl thrilling piei.nre. Another bit; j lealnre Iw "The Uansbler." a bctinf'ful drama by he VKMnratih Uo. taltoii In far-away A.'us'-n. "Love Cheese" U a by Ihe I'll tho Co.' ''Til''; Delayed I'ropos- :H" !s a'nothe-.- comedy by" the liio-' Graph Co. and Hoed 'and Inns, mtilio tho' Hill' one of the best I in tin; eitj. Bijou Theatre Tbi Bijou wliieh.for the fast wee't has been Mbon-lng to crowded houses is fam wining pop- tllniT'.y.. The pictureB shown there are the ber', thnt.oan be obtained and are always bright. and clear, and there ara no unnecessary he- tweeu nictureB. All our milro-is lc-jve i otir show highly.satisfied. The spec- 1 lal clinir? have arrived and lire all installed. Come ami l-ry llicm. the Lethbridge Messenger Service has changed hands And Is In a bolter position tlliill ever to stive prompt and careful attention to all or- ilei'K. agc called for and de- Call onr messengers for iiiick messages. We have opened an exclus- ive LADIES' OEPT. In con- nection with our SHINING PARLOR. PUPILS PREPARE FOR CHRISTMAS orintendent Hamilton returned .venter Will be Pleasing Closing (Ul ing arrangements will made to lili all t'hy. vacauciC3 ill tlic teaching staff caused seiri in during pn'.it few ;weeks. There will hi: 'several' 'cliunges in Ihe per- sonnel of the already some of the vacancies' llave been filled. Sup- Quality (InaUt.v BIJOU House of House ol' LET US SMOOTH THE A Drama of Old MUTT and JEFF (in ;i iiiatriinonial atiair) SCENES IN CAMBODIA (Scenic) WHY IIE LOST HEK (Great Comedy) R. BALLAD (piano Organ) W. ,tITTLE Songs) Matinee 2 p.iii. Kveninjt 7 p.m. Exercises at Schools on Friday y I from Calgary where ho visited Ihe Normal school to meet for the position left.j'acar.'-t by the refiigilation of Mr. Jennings, and lias several applications which will be considered on Monday eveninp. when These a e f'.e'days when the small ja mau selected "or tile posi- boys and girls are counting -the days, hours evan. until they are freed from all school cares and worries tor the all senool cares anu worries iur I.MU i l.'liristnias holidays. five days Iff WIIA UAVC imc-re and the balls- of the. schools j lUUUj TTnU BIG HEARTS You ..need a cap oftener you -need a hat! At Last! A Cap With Style You who imagine (lint every cap looks "sloppy" simply, don't know how smart an EASTERN BRAND cap will look on you. _'bcre'K a dozen times yon need a cap tc you't! you only had the right cap. enough to tfet itl Some store near you sells EASTERN DRASI) caps. U'? a Atorc worth uowing, 4 When you want lo get there ciuick (extra wagon to handle usiness) EXCURSIONS CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS days, and the school children will m-ike another close acquaintance uieir old Santa Glaus. I .Next Friday the Lethbrldgo cH> C. L. Hester of the mem- The collapse of the- cement, roof on I ereld. The roof was put. on about J'art of the nlailt of the National Fire three weeks ago, and -the men were Proo'ing Co., Ltd., on the Plains road near Walcrdown; caused the death of lieorge McGregor, and serious injnr- les to John Harvey and David removing the supjwrt-a. Cecil Dudley, former school prin- eii'iil at Belleville, is dead In Vancou- ver aged 55. will close for the year j Already the various grades are pre-'-bers of the clly police to -.'bank to- 'iwrint' for their'closing eserasea 'day ttat be will be allowed to take next. Friday morning. Some very fine Ills CliilBtmaS' dinnsr outside the program" are beins'prepared, and i walls of the barracks guard room. parents cl the-pupils are being Invll- Heste-.- arrived .In .-the ei'y lately and to visit-Hie schools .dnrins the j got o-.i his unners Hi a way tlmt Eomo. imorninT honrs to see the progress of "imej will happen. Me to their children diirine year. i bep od the. streets, be could In the kindenart'en depart wnir, j llnd work and ,IK fact nil esiiodally fine' prosrams are b, ins; iasalnst It. His. case was, reported, rehearsed the little tola and thov i and the. police were-forced to take a j 'fie centto or atlracti'in for jnand. the c'osins e-ercises. At .the Central when he stood In the dock this i school kindergarten lllss Mitchell's imornin'; aid-bad the'charge of vag- I class wi'l bold closing exercises on rancy and begning read to him'.'.liinss Thursday afternoon, while Mirs Anlt's [looked mighty hlne and Hester class wi'l furnish amusement for the thought be was up against, it for sure, 'visitor.? on Friday Miss ].je wos fined and costs but It i Moifa clasi wi'.l also nnterfeiln Hie misiit ag wcll have been f 1000 for jpareuls of the IKtle puuils on Friday al) the m0ney he had in sight, so it morning. In the afternoon all tlie tho cold grey wall's of the I celebrate witli a closing barraokii for him: However lie told half holiday. a -straight story, showing .how even At a special meeting of ia mall hard Toys! QUR ASSORTMENT OF Toys for Xmas is larger, than ever. The ranige of Rocking Hores, Games, Iron Toys, Dolls, etc., is com- plete. You will find it .easy to select something to Delight V our Boy or Girl. We are selling our entire stock of Millinery at 20 lo off from now until Xmas Hoard lo be held on.Monday evcn- "A Known by His old Proverb Let' your gifts hol- iday time be useful 'mitl of intrinsic; vain'.', will re-'- flecl. yoiir1 iiiiprecia- Uoii of real and beautiful. iSncli gi'fts will as inipiicd coin- pliiiK'iits to tile re- oipients. An exquisite piece stf Cut Glass or Ster- liilg Silver will meet these Cut. Nappies, from in Water lloltles, tff.VM'0 Cream and Sugars, a pair, to Salt, and Peppers, a pair, to Vases, Perfume, Fern Uowls, ,'.er Pitchers, Trays, Pow- der Boxes. .Sterling Picture Frames, ea., 50c lo Manicure SetH to Slerliiig Pilclicrs, %IM to Bultor T'lalejt, Saiulwicli Plates, 'Urwul Trays, Crean] and SugRJB, tlowls, I ton Hons, Musl-anls, etc. A.E. EWERT lewelrr, Optirian sometimes, and. his story rang true. Then' a bl? burly policeman with a genuine Trish heart in his body' atop- nil to the court clerk's desk and dug down -for tile necessary six beans to give this exampl'e of, hard "lucl; an- other chance, and an opportunity to spend Chris'-'maB like a gentleman. The -move was appreciated by a lellow officer stairtljiin and he straightway grabbed Hester .by the arm and hurried him away to' an em- ployment. agency where lie paid down n round Iron dollar which secured a noli for the man -who 'a few minutes before saw a jail sentence, staring him in the face. Hester could not express his thanks but he is busy this afternoon working with willing hands glad to .ret a chance to earn enough money to keep him iVom begging, and to pav back the good nat tired cops who cime to hts rescue. Excursion railway nit us from ail Ftatioiifi on C. IJ. H.. C. N. anri (i. T. P. H.. in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta In connection wfcli the. following Kailings: From Prom j Portland lialiTax Canada Dec. 2 iDec. 3j j Megantic .'........Dec. 9 Dec.10 j Teutonic.........Dec.14 Dcc.15 i Return tfeUuts nooil for-five months from date of purchase. j The R. M. S. Megantic )K the lary- ost. newest, and finest sU-aincr iii the Canadian inuie. i The ft. M. S. Canada and Teutonic f T carry only one class (11.) of cabin pas- IV! Till 11 I who have the bott bu the IflCVllU at modmitc rates. They are the lavgeat, fastest, and oom- fortabte One Class Ctibin Ships...... Excursions also in connection with sailings of UNITED STATES On Sale Daily iW. J 3! Limit 3 Months Oululti, Minn. St. Loull, Mo. Paul, Minn. Sioux City, Iowa. Minneapolis. Minn Om2ha, Nflb. Milwaukes, Wis. Dss Chicago, III. Kar.sat City, Me. Full Information from neareit C. P. Ry. Agent, or K. G. McNEILLIE.- Dim ict Passenger Aflent, Calgary, Albcrti- BecaiiBa the works pumping i-iafior, failed, firemen had to stand by aa.1 see Lanclreville's aash and do'ui factory at Larguc Point, Montre- al, hurneil. Examinationn in Music Local Exiimiimtions in Theoretical music for all sra'des be held on April iStli, 1912. _.' Local Examinations Practical Subjects will be held about a month la-ceiv Applicutlon forms, rilled in and ac- companipd by fees, reach' Ihe Centnil Officu in Montreal, en or fore Upril 1st, 1912. Forms and free copies or the Official Syllnbus con- taining full information are obtainable from the Local 'Secretary, -Mr. J. Jones, Lethbridge, or from the General Secretary, No.- .323 Shcrhi'uoko West, Montreal. Informa'tloi) about the Yearly ICxain- im.tions for Diploina of Liceniiate and Degree of :Mns. Dae. can bo obtained from the General Secretary, Montreal. The Examining Board, on applica- tion being made, will bu glad to con- sider any additions to the present list of Local Centres. I AMERICAN STAR LINE LEVUAND STAR LINE' Sailings-from Boston, New York anil Philadelphia -to Queenstown, -Liver- I pool. Plymouth, Cherbourg Sonchainpton, London, Dover.aml Ant- werp. Uargot and Finest, in the-World OLYMPIC Aplily early for roservations of bertbs to nearest ageni or to the un- dersigned. 1 Local Aginti S.B.Mitchelj.C.P.R. H. Macbeth. Or W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main St., S.E. Cor. Portoje ,Avi. Winnipeg. HUSBAND SHOOTS HALF BREED WIFE Winnipeg, Man., lice. Ed- ward SliH Scotland Avc., :i l''rcncli li.ili-biTcd, was shot in Ilie leit ll'lis, lasl lligllt iji i, liousc in St. Villa, a ill ilc or more oiitsidp of I lie soiillicrn cily limits. The provincial and clly police are looking for UK- woman's Im.shand, wild tbey dcclarr, is responsihli1 for (lie shooting. She is shot Ihrnii.cii Ike left sbouldur, the bullet pcnclratin; Ihc lung nnd ing in thi! lirciisl hoiic. Vllbnrn, a'- lei- Ilie afl'ait, lied to Winnipeg. A I. nn curly liotir today lie was still al lrrcd Hea'-'li, of London, la to be the new provincial tnnnugcr for Alberta of tbc Confederation j-.Ald. Utlwanl Mai tin of Urighlon, -.viio LTlrbrr.Vpt'l Iris birthday, has burn a member of Hriphlon Town Council iifty-lwo years. He filled ilie oflice of mayor in 1887, and be was Ills third volnn- Iccr sworn in wdin. tliu .Snss.'X Ar- lillcry Corps was formed in 1859. FOR WINDY DAYS you n coil rnal'clics thill won't out. as so'.iii a's you slrike Ilieni. EDDY'S WAX VESTA FLAMERS will burn from S to 10 seconds after being lighted, no mailer how Imrl the Wind and rain have no of foci, whatever on Ihem during that lensUi of time. Put, up in boxes contaiiiinB 25 mutches, in sixes to conveniently fit the vwt pocket. At nil good dental's, THE K. IJ. EDJJY COMPANY HULL, CANADA. CANADIAN 'PACIFIC- CHRISTMAS and NEW V.EAR. IlolUlays FAKE ONE-THIRD 1 FOR THE ROUNDTKII1 Bctwuen' All Stations, .'Pprt Aj-tluir i.o Vancouver and .Hrauolies Going Dates Dec. 21, 1911, to Jan. I, Final Return Limit, .Ian. ii, 1312. For further particulars, apply to the nearest Ageiit, or to R. G. McNElLUE, Dist. Passenger Agent. S05-10' Calgary, Ajta. WINTER EXCURSIONS TO SUNNY CALIFORNIA! j INCLUDING BI5RTII AMD M1ALS low rates from 9CATTI.E OR VICTORIA TO SAN FOANCISCO AliD IDS ANOtLES AND BACK.-------... 53.50 SAN DIEGO AND BACK .........._____57.00 SANTA BAHDARA AND BACK.......... 50.00 RCDOWO BEACH AND BACK........ AND HACK SPEW Kilt JN T.-ax-fll by nn ilip hi> rucorrf-breBkinr ocean jiasicncer stcanilhipl "frMlltBNT" or "GoVERHOR." SAILINGS FROM SEATTLE n P. M. Thuridvi ST. M.Tueldtys V I-'POM VICTORIA 8 A. M. Wedicidlrs Our new free illustrated foMer contain} these low ratcfi Write to day tor a copy to NIBLOCK TULL. AatNt. RAIN EXOHANBE CALBtRV S. W. ANDREWS. Q. A. P. D. Pln'lFIC COAKT 5TCAM8KIF CO, I 113 JAMC3 3T. SEATTt-B, WASH- You need this coat Whether you golf or motor or drive, skate or snowshoe or walk, the most useful item of your wardrobe will be one of the EXAMINE one at your local merchant's mA ynu will thai nothing you own is more beautifully made nor more exquisitely finished. Try one on, and you sec that it has the snug, stylish fit your taste exacts. Subject it to hard wear and learn that it retains its new, smart shapeliness. It must do that, 'for our Pen-Angle knitting process shapes these improved sweater coats into permanent (it. Thus they cnnnol become saggy or ill-fitting, as ninny garments do that resemble them in appearance only when brand-new. You will be lastingly satisfied with the sweater coal that bears this trademark. DY 9 Penmans Limited PARIS, CANADA Hoiicry and For mit ckiMrn ;